Hurricane Ian Bears Down on South Carolina Coast Near Charleston

Hurricane ian bears down on south carolina coast near charleston

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Hurricane Ian threatens to bring further death and destruction when it makes its second big strike on the US near Charleston, South Carolina on Friday afternoon.

Ian’s top winds reached 85 miles (137 kilometers) per hour, making it a Category 1 storm, as it moves toward the coast near the historic city, the US National Hurricane Center said. While the winds won’t match the fury it brought to western Florida Wednesday, the storm surge will leave trail of destruction across the US South. President Joe Biden issued a disaster declaration in South Carolina.

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